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The board of directors of Computer Services Inc., a provider of end-to-end financial technology solutions, has named John A. Williams, the company's founder and long-time board chairman, as chairman emeritus. Williams founded CSI in 1965 and has served as board chairman since 1979. The board also announced it has named Steven A. Powless, the company's chief executive officer, as its new chairman and Robert L. Walker as its lead independent director. Powless joined CSI in 1987, was named president and chief operations officer in 1993, and appointed CEO in 1999. The appointments for Williams and Powless will become effective following CSI's annual shareholder meeting in June.

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Murray State University has named Jesse D. Jones, 1964 alumnus and retired senior advisor at Albermarle Corp., a recipient of the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award. During a career of over 30 years, Jones has made contributions to research and development in polymers, plastics and materials which served as the basis for 19 patents to the Ethyl and Albermarle corporations, as well as technical support for manufacturing and sales. Since retiring in 1999, Jones, a native of Marshall County, has supported MSU in a variety of ways through scholarships and faculty honors and funding research facilities. The award is given to alumni who have made meaningful contributions to their profession on a local, state and national level.

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Averitt Express, Mayfield, recently honored Jerry Merrell, of Hickory, for 30 years of service. He is one of the more than 900 active Averitt associates who are members of the company's Over 20 Team, with more than 20 years with the company.

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Kasey Murphy has joined Lourdes and Mercy Medical Associates as a nurse practitioner with Mercy Primary Care-Paducah. She is a graduate of Murray State University and Walden University. She has worked with Lourdes as an emergency room nurse, intensive care unit nurse and nurse practitioner with Mercy Lourdes Urgent Care.

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The Allstate Foundation has awarded the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence $115,000 in grants for its nationally recognized Economic Empowerment Project. The foundation and the KCADV have partnered 12 years to break the cycle of domestic violence through economic empowerment - to the tune of $1,140,000 in grants for member programs since 2005, including Merryman House in Paducah. The funding support case management, financial education classes, individual development accounts, and micro loans throughout Kentucky's 15 domestic violence programs. Funding will also support KCADV's partnership with the Kentucky Community and Technical College System's 16 community colleges whose transitional students (welfare recipients) are now eligible for financial empowerment services since 2014. Between KCADV's reach to domestic violence programs and community colleges, more than 2,300 survivors of domestic violence in Kentucky will receive economic empowerment services this year. Most survivors are single mothers earning less than $15,000 per year. Seventy-two percent of KCTCS transitional students report being survivors of domestic violence. The Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a coalition of the Commonwealth's 15 publicly funded domestic violence programs.

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Laura Clifford has joined Fox & Company CPAs, Mayfield, as a new partner. She began working at Fox & Company in December 2011 as an intern while earning her degree in accounting from Murray State University, and began working fulltime upon graduation. She received her certification as a CPA in December 2014.

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Maria Hayden, RN, director of training and development at Baptist Health Paducah, recently earned the designation of certified continuing medical education coordinator from the Kentucky Medical Association. She has worked at Baptist for 30 years in several departments, including ICU, the outpatient center and education and development. She has a bachelor's degree in nursing from Murray State University and a master's degree in education with a specialization in training and performance improvement from Capella University.

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Dana McAfee has earned the designation of certified administrative professional. She is a member of the International Association of Administrative Professionals, and employed at Baptist Health Paducah as an administrative assistant for more than 13 years.

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